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Chinese Company Said Linked To Bo Xilai Denies Bankruptcy Report

Shide Group, led by a Chinese entrepreneur said to have close ties to the powerful, recently fallen politician Bo Xilai, issued a statement yesterday denying a report that the company is facing bankruptcy.   Shide, whose main business interests include financial services, building materials and a soccer team, is reportedly facing large debts.  Xu is reported to [...]
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